Wednesday, April 09, 2008

My T-shirts

I have tons of plain simple curb found t-shirts in all shapes and sizes and colours. Oversized or tight fitting, long or short sleeved, I haven’t bought one in years and all are in excellent condition.

Here’s a brand new cute tiny black one from H&M.

You wouldn’t be bothered to see them all I guess, we all know what a t-shirt looks like, so I’m just showing these two that are a bit different from my standard wardrobe.

Usually I’m not a fan of tops with texts or pictures on them, but these are fairly neutral and quite stylish and in a colour that suits me.

If you had not read my introduction on clothing from the trash yet, find that here.


cats-rockin-crochet said...

Hi it's Cat here. I found a site you may like to visit.
Want to make some free beads?
Do you remember the felted beads? If not I have that link too.
This is the site I found.

cats-rockin-crochet said...

I know you like to recycle, how about this idea I came up with. It has an easy tutorial.
Crochet home made buttons.

Lordandlady said...

you are great-I used to own a group of apartments, when people moved they woulds leave half there belongings, wife hated to have me bring stuff home but much of it was like new. They did not pay for the stuff it came from welfare. I can see were the curb hunt would be exciting, I picked up a box full of auto license plates, have been selling them for months on e-bay--good luck thanks for posting-enjoy, bob